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Marcykeyz set to drop “DVibeGoddess Ep” and a visual to her hit single “Dance Along”

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Ezeala Gloria Nkechi popularly known as Marcykeyz ( born on January 22nd) in Orsu L.G.A of Imo state, Nigeria, is an afro dance-hall music artist, Singer-Song Writer, and bassist. She gained recognition in 2017 with her first official single “For You” which was produced by GoodBoy and that was the light to her music career, which landed her a record deal with Mastar Mind Records, one of the outstanding record label company in Africa.

As a youngster, Marcykeyz started affiliating with music at a very tender age of 8 in a church choir; she felt emboldened and had a powerful urge to sing. At age 14, she developed her voice and song writing skills in music.

Because of her love for music in 2009 she had her first studio experience and exposure when she recorded a song with a friend Kool B.

Marcykeyz was raised by an amazing parent who supported her vision and craft in music which gave her the edge to enroll for a two years course in Peter King College of Music in Lagos. During her time in school she progressed academically in this institution, she majored in music theory and also learned how to play the piano and bass guitar which the professionalism is still infusing in her music up to date. She graduated in the year 2016 and decided to pursue music as a profession.

She released her first official single march 19th 2017 under the Mastar Mind Records imprint “4min” which was generally welcomed and appreciated airplay and later in the year she complimented it with other singles “Vibes” on the 19th of July and then crowned the year with “Soweto” in December 2017 and the visual directed by Tyrak Filmz was released on the 9th of January 2018.

Since the discharge of “First Time Love” in June 2018 with a visual directed by Avalon Okpe one of the biggest music video director in Africa, Marcykeyz has gotten the chance to team up with different craftmen.

In the year 2019, her fans crowned her with the spontaneous title “The Vibe Goddess” when she blessed the world with her first single for the year 2019 titled: “Take Me” video directed by Avo Films.

The Vibe Goddess never let her fans down as she took the game to the next phase when she released “Kpariwo” featuring one of the biggest exports in Africa Peruzzi the DMW vibes machine, with an exclusive video directed by Abula.

Marcykeyz started the year 2020 on a good note with the release of “Ginger” featuring one of the Marlian Music Member Zinoleesky in January 2020. Afterward, she took a major break to dish out something extraordinary for her fans worldwide, as she break the silence in July with a melodious, tuneful and mellifluous single, that redefined her music and explain how beautiful love can be titled “Dance Along” produced, mixed and mastered by undisputed music producer & audio engineer “Oz’dbeat”.

With the release of “Dance Along” Marcykeyz showed that she’s truly “The Vibe Goddess” as the new single is receiving massive response and breaking boundaries across the globe, Marcykeyz just proved herself to be one of the best if not the best female afro dance-hall artiste Nigerian music Industry has ever produced.

the visual brings alive the imaginative dream of the Dance Along song, which for a certain is an afro dance hall music. Visual shot and directed by “Toka Mcbaror” and Visuals is anticipated to drop soon.

Not too long ago that the queen of afro dancehall Marcykeyz shared her single “Dance Along” a song that is the lead single for her project “DVibe GoddessEP”, the Mastar Mind First Lady Marcykeyz finally unveiled her awaited project, ‘DVibeGoddessEP.’ which houses 6 tracks and features the likes of Peruzzi and Paragon.
Production preference goes to Boy Sean, Oz’dbeat and John P.

Marcykeyz conveys quality and vitality that is excessively appealing and persuading to be stood up to. Unmistakably when she discharges a full task, all ears will be on deck, it is for a fact “DVibeGoddessEP” will top chart on all digital platform as one of the outstanding project in the year 2020, every song on the record contains a musical phrase, an idea, and lyrics that makes it clear she’s still one of the best.

Let’s sit back and relax as The Vibe Goddess is set to take her fans on an expedition to her music world.

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SANWO-OLU HAS COMPLETED MORE THAN 1097 SCHOOL PROJECTS IN LAGOS SO FAR – OMOTOSO

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The Lagos State Government has completed more than 1,097 school projects covering 970 schools across the State, just as it has also ensured the upgrade and rehabilitation of 322 dilapidated public schools and the furnishing of Primary Schools with 87,000 dual composite unit of chairs and desks in two years.

The State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Gbenga Omotoso, disclosed this while representing the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, at the commissioning of the completed school infrastructure projects at Ogudu Junior Grammar School, Ogudu on Friday.

According to him, the project being commissioned is inline with the “Education and Technology” pillar of the present administration’s T.H.E.M.E.S Agenda, saying that “If we must actualise our Greater Lagos vision, quality education must remain one of our most solid building blocks”.

While commenting on the vital role of education in the growth and development of a megacity like Lagos, Mr. Omotoso stated that it has become imperative for the government to ensure that the children have access to quality education and an enabling environment for excellent learning.

His words: “In order to accelerate our children’s access to world-class pedagogical learning, we have aggressively embarked on the provision of blocks of classrooms, administrative offices, school furniture, laboratories, modern toilet facilities and security across the six Education Districts and Local Government Councils. Therefore, our children have access to quality education irrespective of their location”.

The Commissioner averred that the Lagos State Government was convinced that teaching and learning could only take place effectively in an atmosphere that is conducive to learning, hence the government’s commitment to the provision of new infrastructure and the rehabilitation of existing ones.

“I am glad to note that our investment in the education sector has been yielding positive results. Our students’ performance has improved tremendously in examinations, national and international competitions. They have also improved in morals, etiquette and confidence in public speaking”, he said.

Omotoso further noted that other gains of the investment in the education sector by the Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu led administration include the Lagos State team emergence as winners at the 2021 National Junior Engineers, Technicians and Scientist (JETS) competition, which took place at the National Mathematical Centre, Kwali between February 21 and 27, 2021.

The Commissioner, therefore, urged community leaders, school administrators, staff and students of Ogudu Junior Grammar School to take ownership of the project and ensure that miscreants do not destroy or cart away the property of the school.

In her welcome address, the Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Folasade Adefisayo, represented by Mrs. Oluranti Olagbaju, stated that the school infrastructure projects were evenly distributed across the Local Government and Local Council Development Areas.

“There is hardly any school in the State that was not touched by either a new school building, new classroom block, hostels, security structures, school fence, toilets, furniture and boreholes among others”, she said.

The vision for the actualisation of the education sector was made possible through the effective collaboration of the Lagos State Ministry of Education, Lagos State Universal Basic Education (LASUBEB), the Special Committee on Rehabilitation of Public Schools (SCRPS), and the Lagos State Infrastructure and Assets Management Agency (LASIAMA).

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LASG DISLODGES SQUATTERS BENEATH IGANMU BRIDGE

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Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences Unit (Taskforce) has dislodged squatters, removed shanties and evacuated the abandoned vehicles under Iganmu Bridge after expiration of the three-day notice served on the illegal occupiers of the area on Monday.

The Chairman of the Task Force, CSP Shola Jejeloye, speaking after the exercise on Thursday, disclosed that the State Government intends to put the location to good use immediately in order to ensure illegal squatters do not return to the place.

He recalled that during a visit by the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu it was agreed that the location should be decongested as part of efforts to remove the traffic gridlock in Apapa.

Jejeloye explained that the occupants of the Iganmu Underbridge had been informed to leave the area six months ago before they were served the 72-hour removal notice on Monday.

He noted that relevant Government agencies including the Ministry of The Environment and Water Resources, Lagos Waste Management Agency (LAWMA), LASPARK and security agencies have been mandated to take possession of the area for clean up and management.

The Chairman envisaged that clearing of the location and dislodgement of squatters would bring to an end the incessant traffic robberies, indiscriminate parking of trucks, environmental nuisance and sale of hard drugs prevalent in the area.

“The State Government would adequately maintain this place. This will discourage the squatters from returning, especially those who use the area for illegal activities and hideouts”, he stated.

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[IPOB THREAT]: OHANAEZE NDIGBO ASKS SANWO-OLU TO IGNORE RUMOURED ATTACKS IN LAGOS

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•Says It’s Ploy to Distract LASG, Sanwo-Olu

•Ndigbo Are Not Agents of Destruction
•We’ll Continue on The Path of Progress, Security – Sanwo-Olu
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has advised Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to ignore the rumour that members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are plotting to attack Lagos, noting that it is a ploy to distract the State Governor and his administration from providing good governance for all residents of the State.

Speaking during a courtesy visit to Governor Sanwo-Olu at the Lagos House, Marina on Thursday, the President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, Ambassador (Prof.) George Obiozor, said the “dangerous rumour or statement is aimed to cause division, crises and conflict amongst us.”

Obiozor in his address titled “Violence in any part of Lagos State is violence on all of us” said Ndigbo cannot indulge in any act that will harm the harmonious peace and cordial relationship between Igbo and Yoruba, especially Lagos, which he described as second home of several Ndigbo.

The leader of the Igbo apex socio-cultural organization also commended Governor Sanwo-Olu for the exemplary leadership he exhibited at the peak of COVID-19 pandemic that ravaged Nigeria, especially in Lagos State, adding that the Governor deserved commendation for controlling and restricting the speed of coronavirus with his quick response.

Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hakeem Odumosu, during a Security Townhall Meeting at the Lagos State secretariat, attended by Governor Sanwo-Olu, and other principal officials in Lagos State on Monday, said there were plans by some groups, which include IPOB to attack ‘soft spots’ in the state.

But responding to the statement, Prof. Obiazor said Igbo nation was renowned for being agents of development and not destruction.

“Today, the leadership of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide, in the company of Igbo Elders and Leaders in Lagos, are here to pay you (Governor Sanwo-Olu) a solidarity visit and to further reassure you that Ndigbo are not violent in nature, neither are we known for acts of violence anywhere we live.

“The constant and periodic dangerous insinuations, rumour, gossips and callous statements that Ndigbo in Lagos or any part of Yoruba land contemplate or instigate violence in Lagos or any part of Yoruba land; we wish to state clearly that anywhere this dangerous rumour or statement is emanating from is aimed to cause division, crises and conflict amongst us.

“We think that this rumour is intended to distract the Lagos State Government from its efforts to provide good governance for all and cause disaffection between Ndigbo who live in Lagos and their host community which is the second home of several Ndigbo.

“The quick denial of this rumour by members of IPOB and Yoruba groups in Lagos and across the South West was a source of relief,” he said.

Prof. Obiozor also reiterated Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s total support for Lagos State Government and the security agencies’ patriotic efforts to keep everyone safe in the State and throughout the country.

“I am aware that the Government and good people of Lagos State under your able leadership, and through their hospitable gestures, have continually kept the trust and friendship between Ndigbo and our host communities in Lagos State alive.

“Ohanaeze Ndigbo through this medium reiterates total support to the state government and the security agencies in their patriotic efforts to keep everyone safe in Lagos and throughout the country. The Igbo nation is renowned for being agents of development, not destruction. Ndigbo are builders and their contributions to the development of Lagos State are evident and exemplary,” he said.

Responding, Governor Sanwo-Olu assured Ohanaeze Ndigbo leadership of continuous good governance, security of lives and properties of all residents in Lagos State.

The Governor said he had no doubt that the Ndigbo are great people, noting that his administration would continue to foster harmonious relationships with all the different tribes and ethnic nationalities in the State.

The courtesy visit was at the instance of the Ohaneze Ndigbo, to clear the air on the rumoured attacks on Lagos by members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

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